Ambiguity tolerance

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Ambiguity tolerance is the ability to perceive ambiguities (contradictory issues which may be difficult to understand) in social and cultural behaviors as well as information with equivocal (several) meanings in a neutral and open way.

Ambiguity tolerance is an important issue within the development of the own personality in education and intercultural communication.


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